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      Deep Web

      2015 1 hr. 30 min. Documentary List
      79% 14 Reviews Tomatometer 71% 500+ Ratings Audience Score Filmmaker Alex Winter interviews the people behind the Deep Web and bitcoin. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Mar 05 Buy Now

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      Audience Member Webdevelopmentinindia is one of the best website development company in India. We offer web development services at affordable prices. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/26/23 Full Review samuel l Keanu Reeve's voice over was better than I expected, but this documentary is blatantly biased in favour of ending the war on drugs and Ross Ulbricht being innocent. Some of the discussion was very flawed and outright inaccurate, whilst other parts were just rather silly. I'm extremely into privacy, but it makes no sense arguing that law enforcement cannot search a suspect's computer, accounts, etc. That's the entire point of law enforcement. As for tracing the server, they do that sort of thing all the time. They can just request data from companies. The bigger issue is not about them using these tactics against criminals but against law abiding citizens. Mass surveillance is a serious problem. You also can't argue Ross Ulbricht was innocent when he was caught logged into the website as an admin. He was obviously involved, meaning he was going to get charged with something. With that said, the trial may not have been fair because an internet drug dealer getting off easy would not be a good look for the war on drugs. Speaking of the war on drugs, you can't win. Both approaches are flawed. If you let everybody do whatever, then more people will start harming themselves by taking drugs. This was only briefly mentioned in the documentary. It impacts everybody around the individual. To argue that it is harmless is delusional. On the flip side, the war on drugs also doesn't work. It's impossible to police fully, and you can argue that buying stuff online will result in less violence in the streets. There really is no solution besides people becoming more rational, but that will never happen. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Misty It's really interesting whether it's possible to stay anonymous using some blockchain services like Utopia p2p. As I'm afraid of dark net as it seems that only crimes are happening there and I don't want to see them. On the whole, the move is nice. I liked it. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 02/09/20 Full Review Audience Member Biased towards the point of view of a known criminal. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/24/23 Full Review Audience Member de como la tecnología nos protege de los gobiernos... Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/27/23 Full Review Audience Member it opened my eye what's going on it the World Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/04/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Liam Lacey Globe and Mail Although it's a fascinating subject, the director doesn't bring much rigour or insight to the complexity of the case. Rated: 3/4 Jul 3, 2015 Full Review Olivia Ward Toronto Star Narrated by Keanu Reeves, it plunges into the tangled web of secrecy, accusations and criminal activity - with implications for the future of technological freedom. Rated: 3/4 Jul 2, 2015 Full Review Joe Leydon Variety This intriguing documentary about alleged Silk Road website founder Ross Ulbricht may lack balance, but compels interest nonetheless. Jun 1, 2015 Full Review Jorge Ignacio Castillo The Canadian Crew It may not engage the audience emotionally, but it's pure brain candy. Rated: 3.5/5 Jan 30, 2020 Full Review Julian Lytle Punch Drunk Critics Overall this is a very solid film; my one main criticism is that I wish it was longer and explored more of the other sites that popped up after the Silk Road was taken down for a bit and the face going through indictment and trial. Rated: 4/5 Jan 11, 2020 Full Review Julia Alexander CineVue Instead of a story strung together using information points as a way to progress it forward, Deep Web plays like a 1,000 page moving document with glimpses of story appearing sporadically. Rated: 2/5 Apr 5, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis Filmmaker Alex Winter interviews the people behind the Deep Web and bitcoin.
      Director
      Alex Winter
      Executive Producer
      Seth Gordon
      Screenwriter
      Alex Winter
      Genre
      Documentary
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Dec 1, 2015
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